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  • Irina Rivkin
    Seeking harmony goddess! for original acapella ensemble MAKING WAVES Contralto, or multi-range, and/or percussion a plus Do you love to sing, rehearse, and
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 5, 2000
      Seeking harmony goddess!
      for original acapella ensemble MAKING WAVES
      Contralto, or multi-range, and/or percussion a plus

      Do you love to sing, rehearse, and perform with other women? Can you blend
      in intricate harmony, then jump into a vocal rhythm or an improvisational
      lead? Does your voice express your heart, your passion, and your
      convictions? Can you commit to a weekly rehearsal, and to performing at a
      variety of venues several times a month, and occasional out-of-town gigs
      (eventually building up to a summer 2001 tour)? Can you rehearse in the
      presence of chocolate? (the chocolate's optional)

      If so, then Making Waves may be for you! We sing all-original songs, but
      songwriting is not required to join group. Ability to read music is not
      important, but a good ear for creating and singing harmony is. Creating
      that sweet, soulful, and rockin' blend of voices to express and inspire
      personal and social change!

      Making Waves: Singing out truth in multiple-part harmony
      This women's acapella group was organized by Rose Street House of Music
      Producer Irina Rivkin to record an original song (Making Waves), which aired
      on KPFA, in support of this community radio station's struggle. The group
      started at the Rose Street House of Music and continued, in several
      different incarnations, to inspire audiences at venues such as Freight and
      Salvage, Luna Sea, Rose St., Ashkenaz, East Bay Pride, and La Pe�a. They
      have shared stages with Gwen Avery, Rebecca Riots, Margie Adams, Gwen Avery,
      Alice Di Micele, Irene Farrera, & Julia Butterfly.

      For info, please call Irina at (510) 524-3545 (before 11 p.m.)
      Feel free to pass this announcement on!

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    • irinarivkin@hotmail.com
      Making Waves, a personal-political original women s vocal ensemble, which has recently been touring and performing as a trio, is considering expanding to a
      Message 2 of 2 , Oct 4, 2001
        Making Waves, a personal-political original women's vocal ensemble,
        which has recently been touring and performing as a trio, is
        considering expanding to a quartet again.

        Do you love to sing, rehearse, and perform with other women? Can you
        blend in intricate harmony, then jump into vocal percussion or an
        improvisational lead? Does your voice express your heart, your
        passion, and your convictions? Can you commit to a weekly rehearsal
        and regular performances?

        We sing all-original songs -- both songwriters and non-songwriters
        welcome. Reading music is not important, but a good ear for creating
        and singing harmony is. Be part of a sweet, soulful, and rockin'
        blend of voices to express and inspire personal and social change!

        Making Waves: Singing out truth in multiple-part harmony
        www.rosestreetmusic.com/makingwaves
        First organized around an original song in support of community radio
        station KPFA's struggle, this women's vocal ensemble continued, in a
        variety of incarnations, to inspire audiences through it's powerful
        lyrics and intricate harmonies. Based in the East Bay, they have
        performed locally and toured the West Coast, performing in venues
        such as Ashkenaz, Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Freight and Salvage, East Bay
        and Humboldt LGBT Pride Celebrations, and La Peña. They have shared
        stages with SONiA, Laura Love, Gwen Avery, Rebecca Riots, Margie
        Adams, Pamela Means, Alice Di Micele, Irene Farrera, & Julia
        Butterfly.
        Making Waves is Irina Rivkin, Kim Hoeninghaus, and Rebecca Crump.
        "When I hear Irina's music, I feel as though I am hearing the voice
        of our ancestors. Deep, inspired, & passionate, her richly textured
        arrangements make the songs both urgent & enduring." (Andrea
        Pritchett of Rebecca Riots)

        For info/audition, please call(510) 524-3545 (before 11 p.m.).
        Please also send or drop off tape or cd to 1839 Rose Street,
        Berkeley, CA 94703. It's ok if it's a rough recording, studio-
        quality not necessary. Thanks.
        Feel free to pass this announcement on!
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